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How to Get a $100 Statement Credit for the Chase Hyatt Credit Card

How to Get a $100 Statement Credit for the Chase Hyatt Credit Card

Million Mile SecretsHow to Get a $100 Statement Credit for the Chase Hyatt Credit CardMillion Mile Secrets Team

Update:   One or more card offers in this post are no longer available.  Check our Hot Deals for the latest offers. 

[Disclosure:  The Chase Hyatt credit card with the $100 statement credit is better than my referral link to the Chase Hyatt credit card which doesn’t offer the $100 statement credit.  However, my referral link has the $1,000 minimum spending waived until 10:00 am EST on October 8, 2012.]

I was the first to blog last Friday that the minimum spending on the Chase Hyatt credit card was likely going to increase to $1,000 within 3 months. 

My affiliate link to the Chase Hyatt card still offers 2 free nights after your 1st purchase, but will increase to the offer on the Chase website for $1,000 within 3 months at 10:00 am (or earlier) on October 9, 2012.

Now I want to share a potentially better offer to the Chase Hyatt card, which gets you a $100 statement credit!  However, the minimum spending requirement for the $100 statement credit offer is $1,000.

Thanks to Million Mile Secrets reader Ben for sharing this!  As always, I updated the Hotel Credit Card tab with a link to this post so that you only find the best credit card offers on Million Mile Secrets.

 Step 1 –

Go to

Step 2 – Search For a Paid Room

Search for a room in any city for any date.

Step 3 

Click on “View all Rooms & Rates

Step 4

Click on “Book Now

You should see the offer in the right side of the screen.  You don’t have to complete the reservation to see the offer.

The terms say “This bonus offer is for new cardmembers who respond to this instant credit offer on and first apply for the Hyatt Credit Card through as part of making a reservation.”

Bottom Line:  I don’t know if this will work for everyone, but it’s worth a try to save $100 if you’re applying for the Chase Hyatt card soon!  Either way, the 2 free nights from the Hyatt credit card will save you money if you redeem them at almost any Hyatt hotel.

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Is this offer still available?

I just went through the steps described above and pretended that I was going to make a booking. At the very bottom of the page (that gave the total price) it asked if I wanted to apply for the credit card. I was offered both the $50 credit AND the $75 annual fee waiver. I didn't make the booking but I applied for the card! 🙂

You have to sign up for the Chase Hyatt card first and then call in to waive the fee, is it right?

Just so everyone knows, if you call the gold passport line, you can sign up for the Chase Hyatt and get the $75 annual fee waived the first year. Just say they mentioned it the last time you spoke to them. This is better than the $50 bonus currently using the booking a room method.

I got two free nights at the Hyatt Paris Vendome, no problem. Was also upgraded to a huge suite at a Hyatt in Denver. I was going to cancel the card but the upgrade made me decide to keep it.

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